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is mary ellen attridge, seth craven's defense attorney. >> i thought it was something that i could creatively dismantle. >> reporter: as far as the gang idea was concerned, that was ludicrous, as far as you're concerned? >> yes, it was not only ludicrous but it was scary. they spent enormous amounts of hours and taxpayer dollars to label this group a gang when in fact they were just a bunch of post adolescents from a neighborhood. it wasn't exactly like we were dealing with la cosa nostra. and it was at once most laughable and frightening. >> reporter: when investigators took the stand, they all faced the same questioning from ms. attridge. >> did you ever hear of the bird rock bandits? >> no, i never heard that name until today, i believe.kl.ñ >> so you never saw any graffiti that reflected bird rock bandits, to your knowledge? >> not to my knowledge. >> reporter: her point was this, if the bird rock bandits were a gang, had been one for years, how come nobody in law enforcement knew about them? the defense noted other contradictions as well, like the fact that the so-called gang
. cindy had been going to the same dairy queen since she was in her mother's home. ellen zarzycki had been divorced since 1981. the two had been getting cones there since junior high days together. married and pregnant, they still stopped by. >> i remember when i was expecting cindy, i didn't have cravings. but ed would have cravings. he would have to have a strawberry sundae from the dairy queen. >> reporter: after the marriage broke up, there was no way, alice thought, that she could raise the three children. she worked nights and was left with only a small house and had little money. ed got custody. cindy became the daughter she'd see on weekends. >> she was a middle child, and that's usually a child that tries really hard to please. >> reporter: on the saturday before she went missing, cindy dropped in on her mom. a visit allowed by her dad's grounding rules. they talked a little about her punishment for walking home from the distant mall. >> she was upset, but she knew she did wrong. >> reporter: but a mom with an extra sense about these things had a feeling something else was agitati
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